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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, January 15, 1943, Image 4

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A Recommended Business Directory
ADDING MACHINES
mOH OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.
Aiding, Book-keeping. Calculating
If ■ rhitutT
Ml W. Ashley BL Phone &-SH4
CHILE & TAMALES
KEY’S CHILE PARLOR
“Jacksonville’s Original”
“We Know How to Make It”
412 W. Forsyth St. Ph. 5-9493
CHOP SUEY
NEW’ CANTON CAFE
George Gohe, Mgr. Phone 5-9777 j
Special Plate Luneh 30c
and Chinese Chop Suey
113 Jolla Street
CONTRACTORS
knight builders’ service
Palo ting—Termite Work
Term* Free Estimates
WW. Fereytti St- Pheee &-****
DAIRIES
RIEKEB'S DAIRY
Quality Dairy Products
Route 4, Box 587 Phone 2-8401
"Your Patronage Appreciated” ;
FREIGHT
UNIVERSAL. CAR LOADING * j
DISTRIBUTING CO.
W. J. Kraft
Overland Package Freight Service
14 East 14th St. Ph. 5-4971-5-071
FREIGHT SERVICE
ACME FAST FREIGHT, INC.
Dependable Dally Service
20 McDuff Avenue
Phone 7-8435
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
~ ESTES-KRAUSS
FUNERAL HOME
Ambulance Sendee
Phene 5-0114 415-418 Laura St
INSURANCE
NOBBS £ CO., Inc.
Insurance and Bonds
"We Put the ’Sure’ in Insurance”
Liggett Bldg. Phone 5-2269
JEWELRY
BOOTH’S JEWELRY
Diamonds - Watches - Silverware
Greeting Cards
Repairing—Cash Paid for Old Gold
1739 Main Street
(Next door to Capitol Theatre)
LINEN SERVICE
JAX LINEN SUPPLY CO.
M>2s Florida Ave.
Phone 5-2865
PHARMACY =
PEARL ST. PHARMACY
E. J. Pierce, Prop.
Prescriptions Called For and
Delivered Without Extra Charge
Bth and Pearl St. Phone 5-0083
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RADIO SERVICE
Prompt - Efficient Repairs
for All Makes
PHONE 5-9201
PHOENIX RADIO SERVICE
2208 Phoenix Ave.
RENTAL AGENCY
HAL HACGBTON, 0,0 00.
Rentals lnsurance
108 W. Bay It. Phs— HtM
ROOFING
CONSOLIDATED
Roofers and Modernizers
Roofs Repaired or Re-Roofed
Roofing - Painting - Remodeling
Free Estimates Easy Terms
1550 Elm Phone 5-4261
SIGNS
Outdoor Advertising
BACHE BROS. S IGN CO.
F. Bayard Bache—Philip F. Bache
Signs of All Kinds
Phone 5-7396 115 E. Forsyth
STEAM LAUNDRY
JACKSONVILLE STHAM
LAUNDRY
O. H. Clifton. Owner
Bennett, Near Bth St. Ph. MIR
WATCH REPAIRING
EDWARD A. GASSER
Watch Repairing
Expert Swiss Watchmaker
With Bulova Watch Company
From 1929 to 1933
124 W. Bay St. Phone 5-ttSS
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
From Detroit, Mich., where the
Land for Freedom" conference of
the Jewish National Fund was
held towards the end of Decem
ber, a dramatic call resounded
throughout the nation: ‘‘Am
Yisroel Chai:” 'The People of
Israel Lives!” as the answer of
all elements within American
Jewry which cooperate in the up
building of the Jewish National
Home. The call envisions the ac- ;
quisition of land tracts in Pales
tine for new settlements dedicated
to the memory of the martyred
heroes. Above are some of the
moving scenes enacted at the
conference as recorded by the
camera:
(1) FIRST SESSION, when the
delegates from 32 states sent a
message to President Roosevelt as |
Commander-in-Chief, pledging him
their “boundless devotion and un
dying determination in the strug
gle until the Flags of the United j
States and of the United Nations
wave victoriously"; at this session
the call “Am Yisroel Chai!”, ban- 1
ners of which decorated the walls,
was sounded: (from left to right) (
Herman Stern, Grand Master of
the Free Sons of Israel; Harry A. :
Pine, Nassi of the Order Sons of
Zion; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Nat
ional Chairman of the United Pal- j
estine Appeal; Mendel N. Fisher, j
J. N. F .Executive Director; Dr.
Israel Goldstein, President of the 1
Jewish National Fund of America;
William Hordes, President of the
J. N. F. Council of Detroit; Philip
Slomovitz of Detroit; Simon
Shetzer, Z. O. A. Executive Direc
tor; Charles Feller of Harrisburg,
Pa.; Jacob Hollander of Roches
ter, N. Y.; Rabbi I. M. Kowalsky,
J. N. F. Co-Treasurer; David
Wertheim of New York; Oscar
Robins of Pittsburgh, Pa. (2)
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN, who
delivered the keynote address in
which he formulated Jewish de
mands to the peace conference af
ter the war and demanded im
mediate preparation of extensive
land tracts for the absorption in
Palestine of large numbers of
Jews after the war; (3) DR.
ABBA HILLEL SILVER, who
stirred the delegates by his elo
quent description of the tragedy
of the Jewish people and demna
ed that the memory of the 2,000,-
000 martyrs be perpetuated by the
acquisition of at least 2,000,000
dunams of Palestine land; (4)
SIDNEY G. KUSWORM of Day
ton, Ohio, National B’nai B’rith
Treasurer, is presenting Dr. Gold
stein, as an expression of the un-
shakable faith in the victory of
the democracies and in the future
of Jewish Palestine, the agree
ment which was signed at the
conference and which calls for
the establishment of a second
B’nai B’rith colony on the land
of the J. N. F. to bear the name
of Henry Monsky, National Pres
ident of the B’nai B’rith; (5)
MEMORIAL EXERCISES for the
martyred heroes at which huge
| Yahrzeit candles were lit, a col
lective Kaddish was recited by the
delegates and Ezekiel’s vision of
the Valley of the Dead (Ezekiel
XXXVII, 1-14) was read, ending
with the prophecy “And I shall
put my spirit into ye and ye shall
live and I shall settle you upon
your soil”; Jacob Sincoff, J. N. F.
Treasurer, and Theodore Strim
ling. President of the Los Angeles
J. N. F. Council, are seen in the
background. The session conclud
ed with the adoption of the “Am
Yisroel Chai” program and a res
olution which pledged the Coun
cil’s throughout the country to
1 work for the acquisition this year,
as a beginning, of 100,000 dunams
'of land; (6) JUDGE MORRIS
: ROTHENBERG, former Z. O. A.
President, acting as toastmaster
at a dinner in tribute to Dr. Gold
stein, announced plans for a
j Nachlath Goldstein, a land tract
‘bearing the name of the J. N. F.
; President, to mark the tenth year
of his leadership in the cause of
Geluth Ha’aretz in the United
States; DR. JAMES G. HELLER,
President of the Central Confer
ence of American Rabbis, and
Chairman of the Z. O. A. Admin
istrative Council, is seen address
ing the gathering; (7) HON. AL
BEN W. BARKLEY, Majority
Leader in the Senate of the United
States, paying tribute to the J. N.
F. President; to his left, Dr. Gold
stein; to his right, Mrs. Israel
Goldstein.
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Friday, January 15, 1943
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Expert
Mabel
20 years
experience
with doctors
and hospital
certificates
RABBI J. M.
FREEDMAN
Calls are accepted through
out the state.
LAKELAND, FLA.
C. H. Meredith
Plumbing Heating
Repairs
622 Main St. Ph. 5-6878
Miller Electric Co.
Exclusive Dealers for
Ughtolier and Chase
Fixtures
568 Riverside Ave.
Phene 7-8184
JOSIAH M. JORDAN
Certified Public Accountant
(Florida)
Auditor and Tax Counselor
Exchange Bldg,
landssaTWe. Florida
Telephone 5-4155
• WALL TILE FLOOR TILS!
ACCESSORIES
TILE SALES COMPANY
Wholesale
Mrs. Alice B. Williams, Mgr.
PHONE 5-2352
Showroom at 3927 Main St
ATTWOOD’S^
For
Exceptional
Prescription Service
Also Complete Line of
Toilet Requisites and
Drug Sundries
At Prevailing Adv. Prices
1024 Park St. Phone 7-7433
FREE MOTOR DELIVERY
*
G S. DUBS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
WE REPAIR JEWELRY
OF ANT KIND
734 W. Adams St. Ph. 5-675#
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Hedrick * Whitney Co.
Driveways
General Concrete Work
•Max's Oldest Concrete
Contractors”
•84 Moektoa Phone 7-21*

Abe Diamond
Life, Accident and
Hospitalization
INSURANCE
917 Graham Bldg. Ph. 6-7676
For Grade A Raw or
Pasteurized MILK
Can Caraty 102
PERRETS DAIRY
"Heme es Better
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